Get a Live View of the Mountains

Heading up the canyon? Or pining for a ski trip? Nothing beats a live view of our grand mountain trails—leafy green in the summer and snowy white in the winter— to really understand the mountain conditions at our Salt Lake City ski resorts.

Check out the views from the Salt Lake resorts and canyons to see snow conditions before you head up the mountain. Several of the resorts have multiple views from around the mountain so click through to their sites if you want to see more. 


Check out this view of Sugarloaf peak. View all Alta webcams and mountain updates — Mount Baldy webcam, Albion Basin webcam, the 12-hour Snow Stake, Highway 210 Road Status, Parking Updates and snow totals — at Alta's Weather and Snow Report page.

Albion Basin Webcam


Enjoy this view from the top of Great Western looking across Brighton Resort. Find all Brighton webcams (including the parking lot), snow reports, grooming reports, weather forecasts, and trail and lift status — at Brighton’s Conditions and Webcam page.


Here's a live view of Gad II and Little Cloud at Snowbird Mountain Resort. View all Snowbird webcams and mountain updates—Snowstake Cam, Hidden Peak webcam, Parking Lot Inventory Updates and Weather Links—on Snowbird’s Mountain Report page.


From the top of Powderhorn looking down the mountain into Big Cottonwood Canyon. View all Solitude webcams on their site

Big & Little Cottonwood Canyons

Big Cottonwood Canyon (SR-190) is the road you will travel to access Brighton and Solitude. Little Cottonwood Canyon (SR-210) is the road you will travel to access Alta and Snowbird. View all the road webcams on the UDOT Cottonwoods website.

Little Cottonwood Canyon

Big Cottonwood Canyon